line of this "the new york times" story and, thank you, "the new york times," for doing this again, for talking about it again, it started back in the late '80s when they started pushing ritalin on every kid. every kid. i never saw anything like it and i remember at the time going, wait, what are they trying to do? raise a generation of drug addicts? 20 years later, this is where we are. and it's happening. >> 53% increase in ten years, think about that. >> i grew up to be really blunt, i grew up playing music and i had friends that were involved in drugs and one of my close friends who ended up dying of a drug overdose said he had done everything, had done everything. i remember breaking down crying. he said, you know what? i can handle it at all. he said but these pills, thorouthey are the devil and they will kill me in the end and they did. and they did.